Yoga originates from India, where it has been practiced for more than 5,000 years, and can in one form or another be brought back to the interior animation that flourished from 3000 to 1700 BC. in the Indus River area in South Asia. Yoga Some seals excavated in the ruins of this civilization have been interpreted as pictures of yogi, and God Shiva, who is Yoga's most important god and even a yogi, can roots back to the interior civilization.
Yoga originated outside the Vedic religious tradition, but eventually became part of this during the 1900’s. In the mid 1900's, Yoga received its early involvement in Western Civilization. Towards the 21st century, yoga gained more ups and downs. From 2001, yoga has exploded in popularity. This has a lot to do with the great attention it has received from various famous people. It is today one of the world's foremost forms of training, and it can be described “as a way to get” in touch with our own vital energy on and experience mental presence in the body.
Yoga is not religious. For millennia, yoga has mistakenly been linked with various theological and philosophical systems. Yoga itself is not a religion, nor is it linked to any specific religion. Yoga is primarily a practical, physical, mental and spiritual discipline that recommends a personal practice that leads to spiritual insight. Yoga is simply a tool that allows you to explore your own human nature.
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